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Manually Assigning Content to a Student

If you receive a new student in your class, you will need to assign your content to them. To do this, log into your McGraw-Hill ConnectED account. Under the student edition click Assign Content. Select the content you wish to assign. Then click Next. Select the student(s) to whom you are assigning the content. Click Assign. Print this entry

 

Add New Content to your ConnectED account

To add Teacher and Student Edition books, click Redeem Master Code. Enter the Master Code for either the Student or Teacher Edition. Click Next. Confirm that the Edition you entered is the one you will be adding. Then click Add Content. A final page will verify that you have added your new content. Click OK.

 

Creating your McGraw-Hill User

To create your teacher account for McGraw-Hill ConnectED, go to http://connected.mcgraw-hill.com. Click Create a New Account. Under the Teachers section, click Register. Enter your contact information including the Master Code. Click Next. Enter the School’s zip code (17402) and click Search. Locate ST. JOSEPH SCHOOL and left-click on it. Click Register. You will get a confirmation

 

Print Student Password Cards for Simple Signon

Log into your McGraw-Hill ConnectED account. Click on the teacher edition title. Click Manage and Assign at the top. Click the Class Details tab. Print the password. If you wish to print an individual student’s password, click View Password, then click Print Password Card. If you wish to print the entire class, click Print Passwords.

 

Assigning Students to your Class

Log into your McGraw-Hill ConnectED account. Click on the teacher edition title. Click Manage and Assign at the top. Click the Class Details tab. Click + Students. Search for your students. It is suggested to change the Select Grade Level to the grade level that you teach. Click Search. Check the box next to each

 

Creating a Class

Log into your McGraw-Hill ConnectED account. Click on the teacher edition title. Click Manage and Assign at the top. Click the Class Details tab. Click Create Class. Complete the class information. Create a class name (following the naming convention [Homeroom Class], for example, 7A Class). Select the grade level. For grades K through 3, check